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Share ‘your life story’ with Personal Memoir Films

Share ‘your life story’ with Personal Memoir Films

Were you born on a cold, rainy night – or was it a sunny day, as bright as your future was destined to be? Creating “legacies of love,” Richard Auerbach, President and lead historian of Personal Memoir Films, can help you share your life story featured in a customized video tribute your family will cherish for generations to come.

“Keeping a diary isn’t as prevalent today as it used to be – but there is still a need to pass on stories that come from our history, shaping who we are today and who our grand kids will be,” explains Auerbach, a film production major who belongs to the prestigious American Historical Association as well as the Association of Personal Historians.

Auerbach is especially passionate about utilizing diligent “detective skills” to conduct extensive video research – often locating rare photos and films to highlight personal biographies exploring fascinating family legacies and recalling poignant, fond memories.

From finding obscure footage of a 1950’s cruise ship for a client reminiscing about a “dream vacation” – to tracking down a picture of a couple who helped a World War II veteran return home, Auerbach and his Personal Memoir Films editing team combine thousands of hours of experience in the television and video industries to document your past in the most futuristic, moving and spectacular ways.

To share your life story, the process begins with filling out a detailed questionnaire. Next steps include on-camera interviews, collaborative creative input, a preview sample and then when ‘it’s a wrap,” most Personal Memoir Film stars invite their whole family to attend a festive premiere party.

“What better gift can you give yourself and your children than your own life story filled with your thoughts, feelings, expressions, commentary – and best of all your voice,” Auerbach says. “This is an heirloom you’ll be proud to pass on to future generations.”

For information or to receive a complimentary informational package including a questionnaire, brochure and a “Taking the First Step” DVD, call 877-563-6647 or visit personalmemoirfilms.com

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